TWITTER CHAT: How do you tell travel stories?

TWITTER CHAT: How do you tell travel stories?

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MatadorU and G Adventures are co-hosting a Twitter chat on travel storytelling, June 19th at noon EST. #GadvMatu

WHAT DO YOU LOOK FOR IN A TRAVEL STORY, and how do you achieve it?

These are the kinds of questions that Josh Johnson and I, along with industry-leading filmmakers, photographers, and writers, as well as notable wanderers-in-residence from the G Adventures community, will be addressing on Twitter on June 19th at noon EST.

We look forward to an in-depth discussion on:

  • advice for beginning travel writers, bloggers, and visual storytellers
  • how being a storyteller affects your experience as a traveler
  • tech innovations for digital storytelling
  • different disciplines, from longform to audio postcards, and where travel storytelling is heading in the future

We’ll be asking several questions, and look forward to your answers (as well as questions). This is your opportunity to directly engage Matador editorial and our extended community.

To participate, please begin checking the hashtag #gadvmatu at noon EST on June 19th. You can also follow Josh and me @joshywashington and @dahveed_miller. Look forward to chatting.

Watch the video: How to do a Twitter Chat or TweetChat on Twitter


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